- Two SGT5-4000F units for
Guangdong Energy Group new CHP project
- Most advanced F-class technology
- Carbon dioxide (CO2)
emissions reduction of up to 60% by utilizing natural gas as fuel source versus
Energy has reached an agreement with Guangdong Energy Group Co., Ltd.
(Guangdong Energy Group), to provide F-class gas turbine island equipment for the
Zhaoqing Dinghu Combined Heat and Power (CHP) generation project. Located in Dinghu District, Zhaoqing City, Guangdong Province, the
project is expected to be put into operation in 2023. When completed, it will
become a key part for optimizing the energy structure and layout of the
Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) and building a modern energy
- First SGT-800 gas turbine order in Japan for a new chemical power plant in Chiba Prefecture
- Supports Japan’s transitional
efforts and shift towards a low-carbon energy economy
- Paves the way for the use of gas turbines for cogeneration and other applications
As Japan looks
to gradually phase out the use of inefficient coal-fired thermal power
generation plants and make the transition towards low-carbon energy production,
EPC customer JGC Japan Corporation is leading by example with the first order
for an SGT-800 gas turbine in the country from Siemens Energy. The order was
secured with Siemens Energy for the industrial gas turbine and its related
components to be installed for a power plant that JGC will build for Sumitomo
Chemical in Chiba Works of Ichihara City in Chiba.
- Rotating grid stabilization technology will provide stability services to help the grid meet the challenges of the energy transition
- Siemens Energy will install new technology at Uniper’s Grain site and repurpose two steam turbine generators at Killingholme
- Both projects will become operational in 2021
Siemens Energy has been awarded contracts by global energy company Uniper to provide rotating grid stabilization technology at two sites in the UK. This new technology will enable Uniper to deliver grid stability services to energy system operator National Grid ESO, through generating inertia which helps balance grid frequency, without generating power.
- Integrated 20-year long-term service agreement includes intelligent gas turbine controller, jointly developed by DEWA and Siemens Energy
- Upgrade to the latest SPPA-T3000 power plant control system
- Additional 33 BOX upgrades for gas turbines and generator services added
A new package of enhanced energy services from Siemens Energy will supply Dubai Electricity and Water Authority’s (DEWA) Jebel Ali L2 power and water station with the latest advancements in power plant service, maintenance, and controls. Under terms of the new long-term service agreement, Siemens Energy will supply an intelligent controller for each of the four SGT5-4000F gas turbines, the latest SPPA-T3000 control system, services for generators, as well as added upgrades for outage reduction and operational flexibility.
- 300,000km of cable laid across a 34.5km onshore route to connect the power generated offshore, to homes and businesses
- Innovative drilling techniques used to limit the impact on people, wildlife and the environment
Completion of the Moray East offshore windfarm came a step closer as Siemens Energy, lead contractor for the 950MW project, announced work to install the onshore cable had ended.
- China’s CCHP project with the largest single unit
- Combined cycle power generation achieved with fast speed
The second unit
provided by Siemens Energy for its first double H-class gas turbines project in
China has accomplished trial operation with full load, marking the successful
commercial operation of the complete Zengcheng CCHP project. Located in Zengcheng
District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province, the project will play a key
contributory role in support of the development of the Guangdong-Hong
Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area with a supply of clean energy. The project has a
total installed capacity of 1200MW and an annual power generation capacity of
4.384 billion kWh. Invested by Huadian Fuxin Energy Corporation Limited
(Huadian Fuxin), a subsidiary of China Huadian Corporation Ltd (CHD), the
project is by far the largest Combined Cooling, Heating and Power (CCHP)
project in China.
- 150MW simple cycle power plant for Saidpur, Rangpur as part of the country’s utility expansion in power generation
- Siemens Energy is supplying components that will aid the plant’s optimal fuel usage in full and part load operation for long-term sustainability towards the direction of clean energy
A new energy future beckons for the developing northern region of Bangladesh thanks to a new 150MW simple cycle power plant to be built in Saidpur, Rangpur. Global energy technology company Siemens Energy is helping with this sustainable transition after winning the project during the retendering phase, which will see it supply components that will contribute to the optimal fuel usage in full and part load operation.
- New 900-megawatt (MW) combined cycle power plant to provide over eight percent of Alberta’s energy supply
- Siemens Energy to provide its state-of-the-art natural gas turbine technology and service
- Project designed to significantly reduce the province’s carbon footprint from energy
Futhering its commitment to decarbonizing the energy sector worldwide, Siemens Energy has been selected to provide its highly efficient gas turbine technology and long-term services to the planned 900 MW Cascade Power Plant in Alberta, Canada. The project supports the decarbonization of Alberta's power supply by switching from coal to natural gas. Once operational, the power plant is expected to reduce Alberta’s carbon emissions from energy production by up to five percent.
- Innovative energy and infrastructure concept for the Rhenish mining area in Germany showcasing a model for Europe
- Emission-neutral coupling of the energy, mobility, logistics and industry sectors in Kerpen by 2032
The Kolping city of Kerpen, located in the German Rhine-Erft district, is planning to become a highly modern innovation center and a technology nucleus in the Rhineland region by 2032 within the framework of the "SpeicherStadtKerpen" project. With the signing of the cooperation agreement by partners innogy Westenergie, Siemens Energy and Stadtwerke Kerpen, the Kolping city with its approximately 70,000 inhabitants has reached another important milestone for this ambitious future project.
- First Siemens Energy electrolysis project in China
- Cooperation with SPIC on green hydrogen
- Lighthouse project for ongoing energy transition
Siemens Energy and Beijing Green Hydrogen Technology Development Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of China Power International Development Ltd. (China Power), signed an agreement on providing a hydrogen production system for a hydrogen fueling station. Located in Yanqing District, Beijing, one of the three main competition areas for a major sporting event in 2022, the green hydrogen production solution provided by Siemens Energy will help guarantee the hydrogen supply for the public transportation during and after the event. The megawatt green hydrogen production solution is the first of its kind to be built by Siemens Energy in China. The project is expected to be delivered in May 2021.